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Epilyt Lotion

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Special concentrated lotion base softens and smoothes thickened, rough, scaly or dry skin. Epilyt is a clear, colorless and non-greasy keratolytic humectant containing propylene glycol and lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid.

Product Code: 6057
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Written on:
January 31, 2015
Epilyt Lotion fights wrinkles
I have used Epilyt Lotion since I was in my early 40's and I am now 71 years old however, when I tell most people my age they don't believe me. They think that I am in my late 40's or early 50 years of age. I use this lotion on my face daily to fight wrinkles and it works beautifully.
I recommend this product
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